Thursday, June 29, 2017

Support Great Music in Baltimore!

Posted by: Catherine Cochran

Dear Friend,

Shriver Hall Concert Series’ 2016-17 season was a marvelous success, concluding earlier this month with a dazzling recital by pianist Daniil Trifonov. With stellar performances by leading musicians, SHCS stayed true to its cherished mission of bringing outstanding solo and chamber music to Baltimore, serving over 10,000 people, providing over $30,000 in ticket subsidies to students and school groups, and serving audiences throughout the region with our free Discovery Series. Thank you for making such an exceptional season possible.

With our fiscal year ending June 30, we ask for your support in making these concert experiences possible for the Baltimore community. As a nonprofit organization, ticket prices account for only 1/3 of SHCS’ operating costs. To offset rising expenses while maintaining our commitment to high-level artistry and low ticket prices, we count on your generosity.

Please consider a tax-deductible contribution before the end of the month to ensure the future success of our beloved series.

We thank you for your support of SHCS and wish you a wonderful summer. We hope to see you and share more incredible music with you in the fall! 

With warmest wishes,

Catherine Cochran


Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Important News About 2017-18 Season!

Posted by: Catherine Cochran

As a member of the Shriver Hall Concert Series community, we want you to be among the first to know some exciting news.


Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Washington Classical Review on Jonathan Biss and Brentano Quartet Performance at Shriver Hall

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The Washington Classical Review gives its take on the Jonathan Biss and Brentano String Quartet performance at Shriver Hall this past Sunday.

"Throughout all four fugues, they achieved consistent balance that allowed each voice to have clarity without the texture ever becoming crowded," writes JT Hassell of the Quartet's interpretation of Bach's Art of the Fugue. Also featured on the program was Kurtág's Játékok, which "showed Biss at his very best."

Click HERE to read the full review!


Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Jonathan Biss "Late Style" Project

Posted by: dmaloney


Pianist Jonathan Biss has been busy touring his "Late Style" project that focuses on pieces written by composers near the end of their lives, an exploration that has  generated a lot of interest and excitement.

"The question of 'late style' has long been of interest to writers and philosophers, from Adorno to Said. What effect do years of accumulated knowledge and experience, combined with, perhaps, the realization that death is near, have on artistic creation?” asks Biss.

In an innovative concert with the Brentano String Quartet, Biss performs two late works — selections from Kurtág’s Játékok, Volume VII and Beethoven’s final Piano Sonata, No. 32 in C minor, Op. 111.

CLICK HERE to sign up for Jonathan’s “Late Style” Coursera meet-up in Baltimore on Feb 25. (Learn more about Jonathan’s Coursera class HERE).

CLICK HERE to read a recent article from The Economist on “Late Style” and Jonathan’s project.

CLICK HERE to listen to Jonathan discuss the music of Beethoven in an interview with BBC Radio 3.

CLICK HERE to read about Jonathan's "Late Style" project in The Guardian.


Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Jonathan Biss talks Beethoven Piano Sonatas with NPR

Posted by: dmaloney

In 2012, Jonathan Biss sat down with NPR to discuss recording the complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas. "There's no doubt in my mind that it exists to communicate feeling. That's what it's about," said Biss on the emotional power of the music. Check out this interview and be sure to catch his performance of Beethoven's masterful final Piano Sonata in a concert with the Brentano String Quartet on Feb 26!


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